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Working It: A Love by Design Novel Kindle Edition
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“Kendall Ryan’s writing style is flawless. Working It is fast-paced and full of emotion. I couldn’t put it down. Five Stars all around!” -- New York Times bestselling author K.A. Robinson
“Glamorous and romantic, Working It is the full package—a gorgeous setting, a beautiful hero, and a heroine you both root for and long to be, especially in those oh-so-sexy scenes.” -- Lauren Blakely, New York Times bestselling author --This text refers to an alternate kindle_edition edition.
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- File Size : 2484 KB
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print Length : 418 pages
- Publisher : Atria Books (November 11, 2013)
- Publication Date : November 11, 2013
- Language: : English
- ASIN : B00EMDQ0B4
- Lending : Not Enabled
- Enhanced Typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #167,744 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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The heroine seemed likable enough but I questions how she was able to score not only one super model but two? I mean this is romantic fiction and there should be fantasy in the story and I like that in my books however, the way the heroine was described I did wonder how she was able to capture the attention of two beautiful men?! Kendall wrote in a way that made her seem unredeemedable, unlikeable, even spineless in some scenes.
I can recall two scenes where the hero left the heroine at a party for what apparently seemed like hours because the heroine had a chance to get drunk during one of these scenes while the hero proceeded to chase after the other woman in his life and proceed to come back and explain he wasn't really looking for her at all but was seeking out the heroine the entire time? At the next party he was supposed to meet up with her and she texted him and he seemed to have ignored it, got drunk, had another unidentified girl snuggled up at his side with lines of coke on a table but to which his friend said he'd never touch the stuff. So here's the heroine texting him she was there, wandering around looking for him, unable to find him, and he knows he was going to meet her but he proceeds to party it up, get drunk, and sit with other chicks!?
On top of all this the end was unresolved. Apparently (spoilers ahead) the hero got someone else pregnant because again he was drunk, passed out, and she raped him but he didn't actually consent and woke up to throw her off. And we all blinked and she was pregnant but he isn't sure it is his because she was older and doing a DNA test might somehow cause damage to the baby so they'd have to wait until she delivered to do so and the heroine was okee dokee with that because the hero expressed his love and devotion to her. She's the better girl than I am because I'm unsure how ok I'd be with that.
In the end, I was just confused....
Kendall said book three with include the secondary model character's story but I'm confused about book two? Will that continue Ben and Emmy's story? I sure hope so because it completely left me hanging and as far as I know Kendall hasn't really addressed yet if the next book is a sequel or not even though it is already available for preorder.